Iran Update
Volume: 2 - Issue:  1102 May 2011
Iran Update


We are delighted to present you with the current issue of Iran Update, a publication of International Solidarity for Democratic Change in Iran (ISDCI). We recommend the following readings

Recommended Readings
Bin Laden's Death
Is Iraq today doing the dirty work of Ahmadinejad's Iran?
Iran: No Excuse for US in Region after Bin Laden Death
Maryam Rajavi Holds Picture of Saba Haft Baradaran, One of the Victims of the Brutal Iraqi Attack on Camp Ashraf
International conference in Paris: Call for Iraqi forces to evacuate Camp Ashraf and protection of residents
Bin Laden's Death: A Major Blow to Central Banker and Primary Patron of International Terrorism
Death of Osama bin Laden is a major blow to the Iranian regime as the central banker and primary patron of international terrorism. Throughout the last decade, the clerical regime has reapped the most benefit from Bin Laden and Al Qadea as its practical ally.  Read On... 
Is Iraq today doing the dirty work of Ahmadinejad's Iran?
Canal Plus (France)

On April 8, Nouri Al Maliki paid his debt to Iran. He ordered his forces into the camp of the Iranian opposition. The result: 34 dead. The conclusion of this case is that almost 8 years after the U.S. invasion of Iraq, the Americans have achieved one thing and that is the installation of a pro-Iranian figure in power in Baghdad. Read On...

Iran says no excuse for US in region after bin Laden death
Several senior Al-Qaeda members had taken refuge in Iran during the international intervention in Afghanistan, and some were detained, according to media reports which Iranian authorities never confirmed. But the British daily The Times reported in December that several of them were released by Tehran in order to rebuild the extremist Islamic organisation in Afghanistan, where it supports the Taliban in their fight against the Western military presence. Read On...

Other Suggested Readings:


EP delegation: We were deeply critical of the massacre that took place in Ashraf

Iraq government denies group of MEPs access to Camp Ashraf 

The massacre at Camp Ashraf 

Iranian dissidents and a U.S. dilemma

Dean calls al-Maliki a 'mass murderer'

Drop terror listing of Iran foes: ex-Obama aide

Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel urges help for residents of Camp Ashraf

Sharp rise in public executions as Iran executes first juvenile offenders in 2011


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